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Michigan State University 04.19.16University Research

MSU's 'Little Gadget that Could' Becoming Game-Changer for International ResearchersExternal link

Researchers at the MSU Global Center for Food Systems have built a low-cost, handheld device and a cloud-based data aggregating platform to measure and analyze plant, soil, water, and environmental parameters. Read More »

Dave Savage (upper right) and the Energy Biosciences Institute at the University of California, Berkeley. 04.19.16Profile

Champions in Science Whose Stars are Still Rising: Profile of David Savage

For the run-up to the 2016 National Science Bowl® Finals April 28th to May 2nd, this is the second in a series on previous NSB competitors. Read More »

Michigan State University 04.19.16University Research

MSU's 'Little Gadget that Could' Becoming Game-Changer for International ResearchersExternal link

Researchers at the MSU Global Center for Food Systems have built a low-cost, handheld device and a cloud-based data aggregating platform to measure and analyze plant, soil, water, and environmental parameters. Read More »

California Institute of Technology 04.18.16University Research

Biochemists Solve the Structure of Cell's DNA GatekeeperExternal link

Caltech scientists have produced the most detailed map yet of the massive protein machine that controls access to the DNA-containing heart of the cell. Read More »

Healthy cassava plant. 04.18.16User Facility

Mapping a Path to Improved Cassava ProductionExternal link

Comparative analysis highlights impacts of previous breeding programs on cassava genome. Read More »

Princeton University 04.18.16University Research

Princeton Graduate Student Creates Computer Program to Help Stabilize Fusion PlasmasExternal link

A Princeton University graduate student has worked with physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) to develop a method for limiting instabilities that reduce the performance of fusion plasmas. Read More »

04.18.16From the Labs

'Odd Couple' Monolayer Semiconductors Align to Advance OptoelectronicsExternal link

A research group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory has shown that different lattice constants – for creating transistor and semiconductor substrates - can be grown together to form a perfectly aligned stacking bilayer material. Read More »

04.18.16From the Labs

New Paper Examines Hydrogen at High PressureExternal link

A team at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory outlines how they used X-rays to look into the interior of a hydrogen target, looking for free electrons to appear in high pressure shock waves formed when hydrogen is shot with a high-energy laser beam. Read More »

Cornell University 04.15.16University Research

‘Weirdest Martensite’: Century-old Smectic Riddle Finally SolvedExternal link

Using the latest computer game technology, a Cornell-led team of physicists has come up with a “suitably beautiful” explanation to a puzzle that has baffled researchers in the materials and theoretical physics communities for a century. Read More »

California Institute of Technology 04.15.16University Research

Probing the Transforming World of NeutrinosExternal link

Every second, trillions of neutrinos travel through your body unnoticed. Neutrinos are among the most abundant particles in the universe, but they are difficult to study because they very rarely interact with matter. Read More »

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